Welcome to ‘Broad Croft House B&B’ in Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
Our beautiful barn conversion is ideally situated for walkers and 3 Peaks Challenge adventurers! It offers 3 well-appointed bedrooms in the main house and is also within close walking distance of the 2 local pubs, café and train station within the village, and has its own private car park for guests. A dog friendly luxureous pod will be added from April 2019.
We have had many years of experience in the hospitality industry (international and national) so whether walking the 3 peaks, visiting the famous Settle to Carlisle railway line or simply using us as a base to explore the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District, we look forward to hosting your stay.
Early booking is advisable
The village is small and there is high demand for accommodation on Friday & Saturday evenings during the walking season (April to September). During this time only two night bookings at weekends are offered in the village. Therefore, to avoid disappointment we advise you to book several months in advance of your visit. From October – April we will take 1 night bookings.
The views from our garden speak for themselves and can be enjoyed by all of our guests. The Pennine Way, Ribble Way, Pennine Bridle Way and Dales Way either pass through the village or close by.
Cycling is hugely popular in the Yorkshire Dales following the Grande Depart – Yorkshire – Tour de France which ended in our nearest town Settle in 2014. The Tour de Yorkshire continues to be a popular annual event. The roads and paths in the Dales and Lune Valley provide challenging terrain for road cyclists and mountain bikers alike. We can offer secure storage for your bikes.
If you are planning to ride in the area and require information on how we can help, please contact us directly. We stable our own horses locally. The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a wonderful place to visit and explore whether for the first or hundredth time! The Yorkshire Dales National Park website can offer much guidance on things to do and places to visit – www.yorkshiredales.org.uk.